AGENDA ITEMS 4-9
April 20, 2010
Introduction
MEMORANDUM
TO:
FROM:
SUBJECT:
County Council
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Glenn Orlin, Deputy Council Staff Director
Introduction:
Bill 20-10,
Special Capital Improvements Project - MCPS Food Distribution
Facility Relocation
Bill 21-10,
Special Capital Improvements Project Glenmont Fire Station 18
Replacement
Bill 22-10, Special Capital Improvements Project - Travilah Fire Station
Bill 23-10, Special Capital Improvements Project 3
rd
District Police Station
Bill 24-10,
Special Capital Improvements Project Equipment Maintenance and
Operations Center (EMOC)
Bill 25-10,
Special Capital Improvements Project - Olney Library Renovation
and Addition
Bills 20-10 through 25-10, 2010 Special Capital Improvement Projects, sponsored by the
Council President at the request of the County Executive, are scheduled to be introduced on
April 20, 2010. Public hearing/action is tentatively scheduled for June 15 at 1:30 p.m.
Bills 20-10 through 25-10 authorize the planning, design and construction of each project
as described in the Project Description Forms (PDF) attached.
This packet contains
Bill 20-10
Legislative Request Report
Circle
1
3
4
PDF
Bill 21-10
Legislative Request Report
5
7
8
9
11
12
PDF
BHl22-10
Legislative Request Report
PDF
Bill 23-10
Legislative Request Report
PDF
Bill 24-10
Legislative Request Report
13
15
16
17
19
PDF
Bill 25-10
Legislative Request Report
20
21
23
PDF
Memo from County Executive
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Bill No. -:--_ _
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Concerning:
Special
Capital
Improvements Project - MCPS
Food Distribution Facility Relocation
Revised: April
14, 2010
Draft No.
_1_
Introduced:
April
20, 2010
Expires:
October
20, 2011
Enacted: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Executive: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Effective: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Sunset Date:
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Ch. _ _, Laws of Mont. Co. _ __
COUNTY COUNCIL
FOR MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MARYLAND
By: Council President at the Request of the County Executive
AN ACT
to authorize the planning, design and construction of the MCPS Food Distribution
Facility Relocation, Project No. 361111, in the Gaithersburg planning area.
By adding to the laws of Montgomery County 2010
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Heading or defined term,
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Added by amendment.
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Existing law unaffected by bill.
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Bill No. 20-10
Sec.
1.
The laws of Montgomery County, Maryland, are amended to read as
2
3
follows:
Montgomery County, Maryland, is authorized to plan, design, and construct
the MCPS Food Distribution Facility Relocation, Project No. 361111, in the
Gaithersburg planning area. This authorization includes all necessary planning,
design, site improvements, furniture, fixtures, equipment, and structures.
Approved:
4
5
6
7
8
Nancy Floreen, President, County Council
9
Date
Approved:
10
Isiah Leggett, County Executive
11
Date
This is a correct copy ofCouncil action.
12
Linda M. Lauer, Clerk of the Council
Date
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LEGISLATIVE REQUEST REPORT
Bill 20-10
MCPS Food Distribution Facility Relocation
DESCRIPTION:
The County Executive requests that capital project No. 361111, MCPS
Food Distribution Facility Relocation, be authorized as a "Special Capital
Improvements Project" pursuant to Section §302 of the County Charter and
Section §20-1 of the Montgomery County Code.
Section §302 of the County Charter and Section §20-1 of the County Code
require certain capital improvement projects to be individually authorized
by law if the locally-funded cost is projected to exceed $12,863,000 in
FYl1 dollars. The estimated locally-funded cost of this project in the
County Executive's FYIl Recommended Capital Budget and FY11-16
Capital Improvements Program (CIP) is $29,179,000 for planning, design,
and supervision; site improvements and utilities; construction and other
costs.
This project is part of the Smart Growth Initiative and provides for design
and construction of a new facility on the Webb Tract site on Snouffer
School Road.
This project has been coordinated with the Department of General Services,
Department of Transportation, Department of Permitting Services,
Department of Finance, Department of Technology Services, Office of
Management and Budget, Upcounty Regional Services Center,
Montgomery County Public Schools, Maryland-National Capital Park and
Planning Commission, and local utility companies.
The total estimated cost for this project is $29,179,000. Ofthis, $3,209,000
is for planning, design, and supervision; $3,685,000 is for site
improvements and utilities; $20,838,000 is for construction; and $1,447,000
is for other. The estimated locally-funded cost is $29,179,000. The
funding source for this project is Interim Finance.
The enhanced facility will accommodate the needs of the present and
projected user departments noted above under Goals and Objectives.
Capital projects are evaluated biennially by the County Executive and
County Council as part of the Capital Improvements Program review.
Not Applicable.
Anita Aryeetey, Blaise DeFazio, Office of Management and Budget. The
Department of General Services - Division of Building Design and
Construction project manager has yet to be assigned as the design phase
will not commence until the fall of201O.
Not Applicable.
PROBLEM:
GOALS AND
OBJECTIVES:
COORDINATION:
FISCAL IMPACT:
ECONOMIC IMPACT:
EVALUATION:
EXPERIENCE
ELSEWHERE:
SOURCE OF
INFORMATION:
APPLICATION
WITHIN
MUNICIPALITIES:
PENALTIES:
None Required.
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MCPS Food Distribution Facility Relocation -- No. 361111
Category
Subcategory
Administering Agency
Planning Area
General Government
County Offices and Other Improvements
General Services
Gaithersburg
Thru
FY09
Est.
FY10
Date Last Modified
Required Adequate Public Facility
Relocation Impact
Status
March 24,2010
No
None.
Planning Stage
Beyond
6 Years
0
Cost Element
Total
3,209
FY11
FY12
FY13
0
283
0
FY14
FY16
a
a
a
0
a
a
0
1,931
a
591
1,259
995
a
0
a
0
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
0
0)
DESCRIPTION
This project is part of the Smart Growth Initiative and provides for design and construction of a new facility on the Webb Tract site on Snouffer School Road.
The existing facility is located at the County Services Park on Crabbs Branch Way. The current MCPS Food Distribution Facility is about 58,000 square feet
with 150 parking spaces for the staff and 8 loading docks. The new facility may include expansion space.
ESTIMATED SCHEDULE
The design phase will commence during the fall of 2010 and is expected to last twelve months, followed by approximately six months for bidping, with a
construction period of approximately thirteen months.
JUSTIFICATION
In order to implement the County's Shady Grove Sector Plan which capitalizes on the existing investment in mass transit by creating a transit-oriented
development community, the County Service Park at Crabbs Branch must be relocated. Relocation of the facilities at the County Service Pari< will'enable the
County to realize housing and transit-oriented development while also addressing unmet County facilities needs. '
OTHER
Special Capital Projects Legislation will be proposed by the County Executive.
FISCAL NOTE
'
The project provides for complete design and construction. Interim financing will be used for this effort in the short term, with permanent funding sources to
include G.O. Bonds and Land Sale Proceeds.
OTHER DISCLOSURES
- A pedestrian impact analysis will be performed during design or is in progress.
APPROPRIATION AND
EXPENDITURE DATA
COORDINATION
FY11
FY11
($000)
29,179
0
27,229
736
0
0
0
0
0
FY08
FY09
0
i
Date First Appropriation
First Cost Estimate
Current Scope
last FY's Cost Estimate
FY11
AppropriaUon Request
FY12
Appropriation Request Est.
Supplemental Appropriation Request
Transfer
Cumulative Appropriation
Expenditures
I
Encumbrances
Unencumbered Balance
Department of General Services
Montgomery County Public Schools
Department of Transportation
Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning
Commission
Department of Permitting Services
, Department of Finance
Department of Technology Services
Office of Management and Budget
Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission
Pepco
Upcounty Regional Services Center
Washington Gas
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Bill No.
21 -10
Concerning:
Special
Capital
Improvements Project - Glenmont
Fire Station 18 Replacement
Revised: April 14, 2010 Draft No. _1_
Introduced:
April 20, 2010
Expires:
October 20, 2011
Enacted: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Executive: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Effective: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Sunset Date:
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Ch. _ _, Laws of Mont. Co. _ __
COUNTY COUNCIL
FOR MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MARYLAND
By: Council President at the Request of the County Executive
AN ACT
to authorize the planning, design and construction of the Glenmont FS 18
Replacement, Project No. 450900, in the Kensington-Wheaton planning area.
By adding to the laws of Montgomery County 2010
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[Single boldface brackets]
Double underlinina
[[Double boldface brackets]]
* * *
Heading or defined term.
Added to existing law by original bill.
Deletedfrom existing law by original bill.
Added by amendment.
Deletedfrom existing law or the bill by amendment.
Existing law unaffected by bill.
The County Council for Montgomery County, Maryland approves the following Act:
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Bill No. 21-10
Sec.
1.
The laws of Montgomery County, Maryland, are amended to read as
2
3
4
5
6
follows:
Montgomery County, Maryland, is authorized to plan, design, and construct
the Glenmont FS
li
Replacement, Project No. 450900, in the Kensington-Wheaton
planning area.
This authorization includes all necessary planning, design, site
improvements, furniture, fixtures, equipment, and structures.
Approved:
7
8
Nancy Floreen, President, County Council
9
Date
Approved:
10
Isiah Leggett, County Executive
11
Date
This is a correct copy ofCouncil action.
12
Linda M. Lauer, Clerk of the Council
Date
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LEGISLATIVE REQUEST REPORT
Bill 21-10
Glenmont FS
18
Replacement
DESCRIPTION:
The County Executive requests that capital project No. 450900, Glenmont
FS 18 Replacement, be authorized as a "Special Capital Improvements
Project" pursuant to Section §302 of the County Charter and Section §20-1
of the Montgomery County Code.
Section §302 of the County Charter and Section §20-1 of the County Code
require certain capital improvement projects to
be
individually authorized
by law if the locally-funded cost is projected to exceed $12,863,000 in
FYll dollars. The estimated locally-funded cost of this project in the
County Executive's FYII Recommended Capital Budget and FYIl-16
Capital Improvements Program (CIP) is $13,032,000 for planning, design,
and supervision; site improvements and utilities; construction and other
costs.
This project provides for the construction of an approximately 19,900 gross
square foot fire station to replace the current fire station located at the
intersection of Georgia Avenue and Randolph Road.
This project has been coordinated with the Department of General Services,
Department Technology Services, Department of Permitting Services,
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service, Mid-County Regional
Services Center, the Maryland State Highway Administration, and local
utility companies.
The total estimated cost for this project is $13,032,000. Of this, $1,747,000
is for planning, design, and supervision; $1,046,000 is for site
improvements and utilities; $9,254,000 is for construction; and $985,000 is
for other. The estimated locally-funded cost is $13,032,000. The funding
source for this project is General Obligation Bonds.
The new facility will accommodate the needs of the present and projected
user departments noted above under Goals and Objectives.
To be requested.
Not Applicable.
Blaise DeFazio, Office of Management and Budget; and Jeffrey Knutsen,
Project Manager, Department of General Services Division of Building
Design and Construction.
Not Applicable.
PROBLEM:
GOALS AND
OBJECTIVES:
COORDINATION:
. FISCAL IMPACT:
ECONOMIC IMPACT:
EVALUATION:
EXPERIENCE
ELSEWHERE:
SOURCE OF
INFORMATION:
APPLICATION
WITHIN
MUNICIPALITIES:
PENALTIES:
None Required.
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Glenmont FS 18 Replacement -- No. 450900
CategolY
SubcategolY
Administering Agency
Planning Area
Public Safety
Fire/Rescue Service
General Services
Kensington-Wheaton
1 Thru
FY09
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Est
FY10
Date Last Modified
Required Adequate Public Facility
Relocation Impact
Status
March 31, 2010
No
None.
Preliminary Design Stage
Beyond
6 Years
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
01
EXPENDITURE SCHEDULE
($OOO)
Cost Element
Planning, Design, and Supervision
Land
Site Improvements and Utilities
Construction
Other
Total
G.O. Bonds
1Total
1Maintenance
Total
1,747
0
1,046
9,254
985
13,032
13.0321
13032
• Total
I
.. 6 Years 1 FY11
99
1,648
0
0
0
0
1,046
0
0
9,254
0
0
985
0
99
12,933
459
991
991
12,933
12933
290
337
627
459
459
0
FY1
0
152
525
143
1,012
1,012
10121
0
0
0
212
0
224
2,354
183
2,973
2,973
29731
0
0
0
FY14
493
0
521
5,487
427
6,928
6,9281
69281
FY15
292
0
1491
888
232
1,561
1,561
1561.
132
153
285
FY16
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
01
158
184
342
FUNDING SCHEDULE
($000)
OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT
($000)
O!
~act
0
0
0
0
DESCRIPTION
This project provides for an approximately 19,900 gross square foot fire station to replace the current fire station located at the intersection of Georgia Avenue
and Randolph Road. The recommended replacement fire-rescue station is a modified Class II station designed to meet current operational requirements and
accommodate modem fire fighting apparatus. The project includes gear storage, decontamination, information technology rooms, and four apparatus bays.
ESTIMATED SCHEDULE
The design phase will commence upon land acquisition and it is estimated to last twenty months, followed by approximately six months for bidding, and a
construction period of approximately eighteen months.
.
COST CHANGE
The cost increase is due to the addition of construction expenditures.
JUSTIFICATION
The MalYland State Highway Administration (SHA) plans to build a new intersection at Georgia Avenue and Randolph Road. The current station is located on
the planned intersection site. The replacement fire station' will be located on a different site but in proximity to the service area of the current station.
OTHER
Special Capital Projects Legislation will be proposed by the County Executive.
FISCAL NOTE
The project provides for the deSign and construction phase costs. Debt service for this project will be financed with Consolidated Fire Tax District Funds. There
are no funds for fire apparatus included in project budget.
OTHER DISCLOSURES
- A pedestrian impact analysis will be performed during design or is in progress.
- Land acquisition will be funded initially through ALARF, and then reimbursed by a future appropriation from this project. The total cost of this project will
increase when land expenditures are programmed.
.
APPROPRIATION AND
EXPENDITURE DATA
COORDINATION
Department of General Services
Department Technology Services
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service
Department of Permitting Services
Maryland State Highway Administration
WSSC
PEPCO
WMATA
Mid-County Regional Services Center
FY11
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Supplemental Appropriation Request
a
Transfer
0
Cumulative Appropriation
Expenditures / Encumbrances
1,331
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Bill No,
22 -10
Concerning:
Special
Capital
Improvements Project - Travilah
Fire Station
Revised: April 14, 2010 Draft No. _1_
Introduced:
April 20, 2010
Expires:
October 20, 2011
Enacted: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Executive: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Effective: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Sunset Date: ....!N..:.;:o=n=e_----=:-_ __
Ch, _ _, Laws of Mont. Co, _ __
COUNTY COUNCIL
FOR MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MARYLAND
By: Council President at the Request of the County Executive
AN ACT
to authorize the planning, design and construction of the Travilah Fire Station, Project
No. 450504, in the Potomac-Travilah planning area.
By adding to the laws of Montgomery County 2010
Boldface
Underlinina
[Single boldface brackets]
Double underlinina
[[Double boldface brackets]]
* * *
Heading or defined term,
Added to existing law by original bill.
Deletedfrom existing law by original bill.
Added by amendment.
Deletedfrom existing law or the bill by amendment,
Existing law zmajJected by bill.
The County Council for Montgomery County, Maryland approves the following Act:
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Bill No. 22-10
Sec.
1.
The laws of Montgomery County, Maryland, are amended to read as
2
3
follows:
Montgomery County, Maryland, is authorized to plan, design, and construct
the Travilah Fire Station, Project No. 450504, in the Potomac-Travilah planning
area.
This authorization includes all necessary planning, design, site
4
5
6
7
improvements, furniture, fixtures, equipment, and structures.
Approved:
8
Nancy Floreen, President, County Council
9
Date
Approved:
10
Isiah Leggett, County Executive
11
Date
This is a correct copy ofCouncil action.
12
Linda M. Lauer, Clerk of the Council
Date
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DESCRIPTION:
LEGISLATIVE REQUEST REPORT
Bi1122-10
Travi/ah Fire Station
The County Executive requests that capital project No. 450504, Travilah
Fire Station, be authorized as a "Special Capital Improvements Project"
pursuant to Section §302 of the County Charter and Section §20-1 of the
Montgomery County Code.
PROBLEM:
Section §302 of the County Charter and Section §20-1 of the County Code
require certain capital improvement projects to be individually authorized
by law if the locally-funded cost is projected to exceed $12,863,000 in
FYII dollars. The estimated locally-funded cost of this project in the
County Executive's FYIl Recommended Capital Budget and FYII-16
Capital Improvements Program (CIP) is $16,034,000 for planning, design,
and supervision; site improvements and utilities; construction and other
costs.
This project provides for the design and construction of a new fire-rescue
station at the county-owned site located at the northwest intersection of
Darnestown and Shady Grove Road and the purchase of associated
apparatus.
This project has been coordinated with the Department of General Services,
Department of Transportation, Department Technology Services,
Department of Permitting Services, Montgomery County Fire and Rescue
Service, Up-County Regional Services Center, Maryland-National Capital
Park and Planning Commission, the City of Rockville, and local utility
companies.
The total estimated cost for this project is $16,034,000. Of this, $2,310,000
is for planning, design, and supervision; $1,045,000 is for site
improvements and utilities; $10,194,000 is for construction; and $2,485,000
is for other. The estimated locally-funded cost is $16,034,000. The
funding source for this project is General Obligation Bonds and Fire
Consolidated funds.
The new facility will accommodate the needs of the present and projected
user departments noted above under Goals and Objectives.
Capital projects are evaluated biennially by the County Executive and
County Council as part of the Capital Improvements Program review.
Not Applicable.
Blaise DeFazio, Office of Management and Budget; and Behrooz Alemi,
Project Manager, Department of General Services Division of Building
Design and Construction.
Not Applicable.
GOALS AND
OBJECTIVES:
COORDINATION:
FISCAL IMPACT:
ECONOMIC IMPACT:
EVALUATION:
EXPERIENCE
ELSEWHERE:
SOURCE OF
INFORMATION:
APPLICATION
WITIDN
MUNICIPALITIES:
PENALTIES:
None Required.
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Travilah Fire Station -- No. 450504
Category
Subcategory
Administering Agency
Planning Area
Public Safety
Fire/Rescue Service
General Services
Potomac-Travilah
Thru
Est.
Total
Date Last Modified
Required Adequate Public Facility
Relocation Impact
Status
January
09, 2010
No
None.
Preliminary Design Stage
EXPENDITURE SCHEDULE
(SOOO)
Cost Element
Planning, Design, and Supervision
Land
Site Improvements and Utilities
Con struction
Other
Total
Fire Consolidated
G.O. Bonds
Total
Maintenance
Energy
Program-Staff
Program-Other
Net Impact
WorkYears
Total
2,310
0
1,045
10,194
2,485
16,034
1.499
14,535
16034
FY09
118
0
0
a
0
118
FY11
6 Years
FY10
787
1,405 :
623
0
0
0
0
1,045
318
01 10,194
162
a
2,485
975
787
15,129
2,078
0
787
787
1,499
13,630
15129
373
426
9,438
385
10.622.
01
2,078i
20781
0
0
0
0
0
0.0
FY12
455
0
697
4,567
1,286
7,005
1,499
5,506
7005
0
FY13
327
0
301
5,465
224
6,046
0
6,046
6046
55
63
1,668
84
1,870
14.0
FY14
0
0
0
!
FY15
0
!
Beyond
FY16
.
6 Years
0
0
a
0
0,
0
0
0
a
·0
0
a
0
0
a
0:
0
a
0
0
0
0
109
127
2,590
103
2.929
27.0
a
0
0
FUNDING SCHEDULE ($000)
a
118
118
a
0
0
100
109·
2,590
98
2,897
27.0
a
0
109
127
2,590
100
2,926
27.0
a
0
I
OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT
(SOOO)
a
I
0
0
0
0.0
DESCRIPTION
This project provides for the design and construction of a new fire-rescue station at the county-owned site located at the northwest Intersection of Damestown
and Shady Grove Road and the purchase of associated apparatus. Fire/rescue apparatus to be purchased for this station includes an Emergency Medical
Services unit and an engine.
ESTIMATED SCHEDULE
The conceptual planning is complete. Design will start in the winter of
2010
and will be completed in seventeen months, followed by six months for bidding, and
a construction period of about eighteen months.
COST CHANGE .
The project location and schedule have been amended to change the Site from
9710
Great Seneca Highway to the aforementioned site. The cost increase is
due to the project's scope changing from a twO-bay fire station that was to be part of the Public Safety Training Academy to a stand alone, four-bay fire station
at the new site. The station includes a battalion chiefs suite.
JUSTIFICATION
The new fire/rescue station is necessary in this area due to present and future population density and development. This growing area includes the new
communities of Fallsgrove and Traville as well as existing communities in the Travilah/North Potomac area. Several major complexes and buildings in this
area, including Shady Grove Adventist Hospital, Shady Grove Adventist Nursing Home, the National Lutheran Home, and the University of Maryland-Shady
. Grove Campus will be served by this station, The area has a high volume of fire-rescue incidents that are expected to increase as Traville and Fallsgrove are
completed and additional biotechnology facilities are
con~tructed.
Operation of this station will help the County meet Council-adopted fire-rescue response
time goals as well as NFPA Standard
1710
guidelines. This project is recommended in the Fire, Rescue, Emergency Medical Services, and Community Risk
Reduction Master Plan approved by the County Council in October
2005
and the Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service Station Location and Resource
Allocation Work Group, Phase
1
Report, "Need for Up-County Fire-Rescue Resource Enhancements," October
14, 1999.
A site evaluation was performed by
PSA Dewberry, Inc. in August
2009.
The site evaluation was based on the Program of Requirements and took into account the Gaithersburg West Master
Plan, access for fire apparatus, zoning, parking, storm water management, and other construction requirements.
FISCAL NOTE
The expenditures shown as "Other" are for the purchase of new apparatus
($1,286,000)
and fumiture and equipment
($1.199,000).
Future replacement
apparatus expenditures will be funded in the operating budget of the Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service. Debt service for this project will be
financed with Consolidated Fire Tax District Funds.
APPROPRIATION AND
EXPENDITURE DATA
FY05
FY11
COORDINATION
($000)
16,034
5,869
Appropriation Request
FY11
Appropriation Request Est.
FY12
Supplemental Appropriation Request
6,733
1,286
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service
Department of General Services
Department of Transportation
Department of Permitting Services
Department of Technology Services
Upcounty Regional Services Center
M-NCPPC
City of Rockville
o
Cumulative Appropriation
i
Expenditures / Encumbrances
County Council
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Bill No.
23 -10
Concerning:
Special
Capital
ra
Improvements Project - 3 District
Police Station
Revised: April 14. 2010 Draft No. _1_
Introduced:
April 20, 2010
Expires:
October 20, 2011
Enacted: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Executive: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Effective: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Sunset Date:
...:.N.:.::o:.:..:n~e
_ _ _ _ __
Ch. _ _, Laws of Mont. Co. _ __
COUNTY COUNCIL
FOR MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MARYLAND
By: Council President at the Request of the County Executive
AN ACT
to authorize the planning, design and construction of the 3
rd
District Police Station,
Project No. 470302, in the Silver Spring planning area.
By adding to the laws of Montgomery County 2010
Boldface
Underlining
[Single boldface brackets]
Double underlinina
[[Double boldface brackets]]
* * *
Heading or defined term,
Added to existing law by original bill.
Deleted from existing law by original bill.
Added by amendment.
Deletedfrom existing law or the bill by amendment.
Existing law unaffected by bill.
The County Council for Montgomery County, Maryland approves the following Act:
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Bill No. 23-10
Sec.
1.
The laws of Montgomery County, Maryland, are amended to read as
2
follows:
3
Montgomery County, Maryland, is authorized to plan, design, and construct
the 3
rd
District Police Station, Project No. 470302, in the Silver Spring planning
area.
This authorization includes all necessary planning, design, land, site
4
5
6
improvements, furniture, fixtures, equipment, and structures.
Approved:
7
8
Nancy Floreen, President, County Council
9
Date
Approved:
10
Isiah Leggett, County Executive
II
Date
This is a correct copy ofCouncil action.
12
Linda M. Lauer, Clerk of the Council
Date
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DESCRIPTION:
LEGISLATIVE REQUEST REPORT
BiII23~
10
rd
3 District Police Station
The County Executive requests that capital project No. 470302, 3
rd
District
Police Station, be authorized as a "Special Capital Improvements Project"
pursuant to Section §302 of the County Charter and Section
§20~
1 of the
Montgomery County Code.
PROBLEM:
Section §302 of the County Charter and Section
§20~1
of the County Code
require certain capital improvement projects to be individually authorized
by law if the
locally~funded
cost is projected to exceed $12,863,000 in
FY 11 dollars. The estimated locally-funded cost of this project in the
County Executive's FYIl Recommended Capital Budget and
FYIl~16
Capital Improvements Program (CIP) is $25,555,000 for planning, design,
and supervision; land; site improvements and utilities; construction and
other costs.
This project, located at the northeast intersection quadrant of New
Hampshire Avenue and U.S. Route 29, provides for the site selection,
planning, and design, land, and construction of a new
32,844~gross
square
foot (including auxiliary buildings) 3rd District Police Station to serve
Silver Spring and vicinity.
This project has been coordinated with the Department of General Services,
Department of Permitting Services, Department of Technology Services,
Department of Housing and Community Affairs, Department of Police,
Housing Opportunity Commission, East County Regional Services Center,
Local Law Enforcement Agencies, the Maryland-National Capital Park and
Planning Commission, and local utility companies.
The total estimated cost for this project is $25,555,000. Ofthis, $2,776,000
is for planning, design, and supervision; $2,878,000 for land; $5,856,000 is
for site improvements and utilities; $12,556,000 is for construction; and
$1,489,000 is for other. The estimated locally-funded cost is $25,555,000.
The funding sources for this project are PAYGO and General Obligation
Bonds.
The new facility will accommodate the needs of the present and projected
user departments noted above under Goals and Objectives
Capital projects are evaluated biennially by the County Executive and
County Council as part of the Capital Improvements Program review.
Not Applicable.
Edmond Piesen, Office of Management and Budget; and Behrooz Alemi,
Project Manager, Department of General Services - Division of Building
Design and Construction.
Not Applicable.
GOALS AND
OBJECTIVES:
COORDINATION:
FISCAL IMPACT:
ECONOMIC IMPACT:
EVALUATION:
EXPERIENCE
ELSEWHERE:
SOURCE OF
INFORMATION:
APPLICATION
WITIDN
MUNICIPALITIES:
PENALTIES:
None Required.
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3rd District Police Station -- No. 470302
Category
Subcategory
Administering Agency
Planning Area
Public Safety
Police
General Services
Silver Spring
Date Last Modified
Required Adequate Public Facility
Relocation Impact
Status
March 24, 2010
No
None.
Final Design Stage
FY13
511
0
3,600
9,059
0
0
0
0
512
1,488
2,0001
2,000
0
2000
FY14
0
0
0
FY15
0
FY16
0
I
Beyond
6 Years
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
provements and Utilities
G.O. Bonds
PAYGO
Total
Maintenance
Ener y
Net Impact
0
0
0
152
130
282
0'
0
0
152
130
282'
152
130
282
DESCRIPTION
This project, located at the northeast intersection quadrant of New Hampshire Avenue and U.S. Route 29, provides for the site selection, planning, and design,
and construction of a new 32,844 -gross square foot (including auxiliary buildings) 3rd District Police Station to serve Silver Spring and vicinity. The. facility is
based on the prototype district station consisting of two floors and surface parking. The first floor houses the public access area, operations, patrol and patrol
support functions, and a small prisoner holding area. The second floor houses investigative units, staff support and administration. The district station is a
24-hour, 7-day per week operation and provides support for the patrol beat teams. It is the command center for the satellite facilities within the pOlice district
The district station will accommodate up to approximately 200 department staff and volunteers. A public meeting room will be available to facilitate outreach
with the community. A police SUbstation now serves the Central Business District of downtown Silver Spring.
ESTIMATED SCHEDULE
The design phase is ongoing and is estimated to end by Summer 2010, followed by apprOximately six months for permitting and bidding, with a construction
period of approximately 21 months.
COST CHANGE
Increases are due to updated cost estimates, inclusion of construction expense.
JUSTIFICATION
The existing Silver Spring District Station was constructed in a 1962 court building and does not provide adequate work space for staff assigned to the station,
lacks essential security features, is not equipped to accommodate future technology, has no public meeting space, and requires replacement of major building
infrastructure components. In addition, business, residential, and transportation pattems have changed, leaving this primary facility at the far south end of the
3rd Police District.
OTHER
Special Capital Projects Legislation will be proposed by the County Executive.
OTHER DISCLOSURES
- A pedestrian impact analysis will be performed during design or is in progress.
APPROPRIATION AND
EXPENDITURE DATA
FY08
FY11
COORDINATION
Department of Police
Department of General Services
Department of Permitting Services
Department of Technology Services
Department of Housing and Community
Affairs
Housing Opportunity Commission
East County Regional Services Center
Local Law Enforcement Agencies
Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning
Commission
Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission
Pepco
Washington Gas
25,555
5,010
FY11
19,057
Appropriation Request Est
FY12
Supplemental Appropriation Request
,Transfer
1,488
o
a
5,010
4,520
16
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Bill No.
24 -10
Concerning:
Special
Capital
Improvements Project - Equipment
Maintenance and Operations Center
(EMOC)
Revised: April 14, 2010 Draft No. _1_
Introduced:
April 20, 2010
Expires:
October 20, 2011
Enacted: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Executive: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Effective: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Sunset Date:
.....!.N~o~n~e
_ _ _ _ __
Ch. _ _ Laws of Mont. Co. _ __
I
COUNTY COUNCIL
FOR MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MARYLAND
By: Council President at the Request of the County Executive
AN ACT
to authorize the planning, design and construction of the Equipment Maintenance and
Operations Center (EMOC), Project No. 500933, in the Gaithersburg planning area.
By adding to the laws of Montgomery County 2010
!*
Boldface
Underlinina
[Single boldface brackets]
Double underlinina
[[Double boldface brackets))
Heading or defined term.
Added to existing law by original bill.
Deletedjrom existing law by original bill.
Added by amendment.
Deletedjrom existing law or the bill by amendment.
Existing law unaffected by bill.
The County Council for Montgomery County, Maryland approves the following Act:
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Bill No. 24- 10
Sec.
1.
The laws of Montgomery County, Maryland, are amended to read as
2
3
4
5
follows:
Montgomery County, Maryland, is authorized to plan, design, and construct
the Equipment Maintenance and Operations Center (EMOC), Project No. 500933,
in the Gaithersburg planning area.
This authorization includes all necessary
6
7
planning, design, land, site improvements, furniture, fixtures, equipment, and
structures.
Approved:
8
9
Nancy Floreen, President, County Council
10
Date
Approved:
11
Isiah Leggett, County Executive
12
Date
This is a correct copy ofCouncil action.
13
Linda M. Lauer, Clerk of the Council
Date
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LEGISLATIVE REQUEST REPORT
Bill 24-10
Equipment Maintenance and Operations Center (EMOC)
DESCRIPTION:
The County Executive requests that capital project No. 500933, Equipment
Maintenance and Operations Center (EMOC), be authorized as a "Special
Capital Improvements Project" pursuant to Section §302 of the County
Charter and Section §20-l ofthe Montgomery County Code.
Section §302 of the County Charter and Section §20-1 of the County Code
require certain capital improvement projects to be individually authorized
by law if the locally-funded cost is projected to exceed $12,863,000 in
FYll dollars. The estimated locally-funded cost of this project in the
County Executive's FYll Recommended Capital Budget and FY11-16
Capital Improvements Program (CIP) is $134,410,000 for planning, design,
and supervision; land; site improvements and utilities; construction and
.
other costs.
This project is part of the Smart Growth Initiative and provides for land,
planning and design and construction of a new Equipment and Maintenance
Operations Center (EMOC) to support a doubling of transit ridership by
2020; as well as current transit, highway maintenance, and fleet operations
This project has been coordinated with the Department of Genera1 Services,
Department of Transportation, Department of Permitting Services,
Department of Finance, Department of Technology Services, Office of
Management and Budget, Upcounty Regional Services Center, the
Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, and local utility
companies.
The total estimated cost for this project is $134,410,000. Of this,
$10,228,000 is for planning, design, and supervision; $30,000,000 is for
land; $]3,025,000 is for site improvements and utilities; $78,727,000 is for
construction; and $2,430,000 is for other. The estimated locally-funded
cost is $134,410,000. The funding sources for this project are General
Obligation Bonds and Interim Finance.
The new facility
will
accommodate the needs of the present and projected
user departments noted above under Goals and Objectives.
Capital projects are evaluated biennially by the County Executive and
County Council as part of the Capital Improvements Program review.
Not Applicable.
Anita Aryeetey, Office of Management and Budget; and the Department of
General Services - Division of Building Design and Construction.
Not Applicable.
PROBLEM:
GOALSAND
OBJECTIVES:
COORDINATION:
FISCAL IMPACT:
ECONOMIC IMPACT:
EVALUATION:
EXPERIENCE
ELSEWHERE:
SOURCE OF
INFORMATION:
APPLICATION
WITHIN
MUNICIPALITIES:
PENALTIES:
None Required.
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Equipment Maintenance and Operations Center (EMOC) -- No. 500933
Category
Subcategory
Administering Agency
Planning Area
Transportation
Mass Transit
General Services
Gaithersburg
Thru
Total
Est.
6 Years
FY10
6,307
3,642
30,000
0
0\
13,025
0
78,727
0
2,430
36,307
97,824
6,307
30,000
36307
157'
97,667
978241
10,8521
7,352
18,2041
Date Last Modified
Required Adequate Public Facility
Relocation Impact
Status
March 24, 2010
No
None.
Preliminary Design Stage
EXPENDITURE SCHEDULE ($000)
Cost Element
Planning, Design, and Supervision
Land
Site Improvements and Utilities
Construction
Other
Total
G.O. Bonds
I
Interim Finance
Total
Maintenance
Energy
Net Impact
Total
10,228
30,000
13,025
78,727
2,430
134,410
I
6,743
127,667
1344101
FYO~j
0
FY11
2,267
0
12,111
38,617
0
52,995
1571
52,8381
52995!
FY12
1,375
0
914
40,110
2,430
44,829
0
44,829
44829
0
0
0
FY13
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
01
2,713
1,838
4,551
FY14
I
0
0
FY15
0
a
I
FY16
0
0
0
01
0
0
0
OJ
279
279
0
279
HI
o
0
01
0
01
Beyond
6 Years
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
FUNDING SCHEDULE ($000)
OJ
01
01
0:
01
01
01
OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT ($000)
oj
01
01
i
I
2'ifFi
q
1,8
4,551
4,5511
1,8381
4,5511
DESCRIPTION
This project is part of the Smart Growth Initiative Program and provides for land, planning and design and construction of a new Equipment and Maintenance
Operations Center (EMOC) to support a doubling of transit ridership by 2020, transit, highway maintenance and fleet operations. Major components of the
project are: administrative buildings for Transit Services, Fleet Management, and Highway Services; bus parking for 200 buses; bus service lanes; a bus wash
facility; a fare collection area; bus service maintenance bays; a parts room; a heavy equipment storage shed; a soil/gravel storage area; highway service bays;
a CNG fast-fill station; and employee parking. The current facility is located in the County Service Park on Crabbs Branch Way. The new facility will be built at
sites known as Casey 6
&
7 located at 16624 and 17000 Crabbs Branch Way.
The Day Laborer facility located on the west side of Crabbs Branch way in the County Service Park will be co-located on this site.
ESTIMATED SCHEDULE
The design phase commenced in the fall of 2009 and is expected to last fourteen months, followed by approximately six months for bidding, with a construction
period of approximately sixteen months.
COST CHANGE
Project cost has Increased by $97.7 million to $134.4 million due to the addition of full construction costs for the facility.
JUSTIFICATION
Currently, EMOC has insufficient capacity to house and maintain its existing buses as well as the projected growth in transit and in highway and fleet services.
EMOC design must begin as soon as possible in order to meet bus expansion plans. The Shady Grove Sector Plan has identified county owned properties on
the east and west side of Crabbs Branch Way including the EMOC facilities, for future transit oriented development. In order to implement the Sector Plan,
these facilities need to be relocated. This requires relocation of the current EMOC.
Plans. and studies for this project include: M-NCPPC Shady Grove Sector Plan, approved by the Montgomery County Council, January 2006, adopted by the
M-NCPPC, March 15,2006; "Montgomery County Property Use Study Updated Briefing to County Council," April 29, 2008 (based on Staubach Reports);
"Montgomery County Smart Growth Initiative Update to County Council," September 23, 2008.
OTHER
Special Capital Projects Legislation will be proposed by the County Executive.
FISCAL NOTE
Interim financing will be used for land acquisition in the short term, with permanent funding sources to include G.O. Bonds and Land Sale Proceeds.
OTHER DISCLOSURES
- A pedestrian impact analysis will be performed during design or is in progress.
APPROPRIATION AND
EXPENDITURE DATA
COORDINATION
FY09
FY11
Department of General Services
Department of Transportation
($000)
il
Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning
I
Commission
134,410
i
Department of Permitting Services
36,743
I
Department of Finance
Department of Technology Services
92,438
Office of Management and Budget
5,229
Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission
0
Pepco
0
Upcounty Regional Services Center
Washington Gas
36,743
977
35,766
FY08
FY09
MAP
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Bill No.
25 -10
Concerning:
Special
Capital
Improvements Project - Olney
Library Renovation and Addition
Revised: April 14, 2010 Draft No. _1_
Introduced:
April 20, 2010
Expires:
October 20.2011
Enacted: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Executive: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Effective: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Sunset Date:
....!N~o~n.:.:=e~
_ _ _ _ __
Ch. _ _. Laws of Mont. Co.
COUNTY COUNCIL
FOR MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MARYLAND
By: Council President at the Request of the County Executive
AN ACT
to authorize the planning, design and construction of the Olney Library Renovation
and Addition, Project No. 710301, in the Olney planning area.
By adding to the laws of Montgomery County 2010
Boldface
Underlinina
[Single boldface brackets]
Double underlinina
[[Double boldface brackets]]
* * *
Heading or defined term.
Added to existing law by original bill.
Deletedfrom existing law by original bill.
Added by amendment.
Deletedfrom existing law or the bill by amendment.
Existing law unaffected by bill.
The County Council/or Montgomery County, Maryland approves the/ollowing Act:
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Bill No. 25-10
Sec.
1.
The laws of Montgomery County, Maryland, are amended to read as
2
3
follows:
Montgomery County, Maryland, is authorized to plan, design, and construct
the Olney Library Renovation and Addition, Project No. 710301, in the Olney
planning area.
This authorization includes all necessary planning, design, site
4
5
6
7
improvements, furniture, fixtures, equipment, and structures.
Approved:
8
Nancy Floreen, President, County Council
9
Date
Approved:
10
Isiah Leggett, County Executive
II
Date
This is a correct copy ofCouncil action.
12
Linda M. Lauer, Clerk of the Council
Date
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LEGISLATIVE REQUEST REPORT
Bill2S-10
Olney Library Renovation and Addition
DESCRIPTION:
The County Executive requests that capital project No. 710301, Olney
Library Renovation and Addition, be authorized as a "Special Capital
Improvements Project" pursuant to Section §302 of the County Charter and
Section §20-1 of the Montgomery County Code.
PROBLEM:
Section §302 of the County Charter and Section §20-1 of the County Code
require certain capital improvement projects to be individually authorized
by law if the locally-funded cost is projected to exceed $12,863,000 in
FYl1 dollars. The estimated locally-funded cost of this project in the
County Executive's FYII Recommended Capital Budget and FYll-16
Capital Improvements Program (CIP) is $12,909,000 for planning, design,
and supervision; site improvements and utilities; construction and other
costs.
GOALS AND
OBJECTIVES:
COORDINATION:
This project provides for a 5,000 square foot addition and full interior
renovation of the existing interior space to the Olney Library, 3500 Olney­
Laytonsville Road, Olney, Maryland.
This project has been coordinated with the Department of General Services,
Department of Technology Services, Department of Public Libraries,
Department of Permitting Services, Upcounty Regional Services Center, the
Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, and local utility
companies.
The total estimated cost for this project is $12,909,000. Of this, $1,685,000
is for planning, design, and supervision; $1,355,000 is for site
improvements and utilities; $8,209,000 is for construction; and $1,660,000
is for other. The estimated locally-funded cost is $12,909,000. The
funding sources for this project are General Obligation Bonds and Current
Revenue: General.
The new facility will accommodate the needs of the present and projected
user departments noted above under Goals and Objectives.
Capital projects are evaluated biennially by the County Executive and
County Council as part of the Capital Improvements Program review.
Not Applicable.
Bruce Meier, Office of Management and Budget; and Susanne Churchill,
Project Manager, Department of General Services - Division of Building
Design and Construction.
Not Applicable.
FISCAL IMPACT:
ECONOMIC IMPACT:
EVALUATION:
EXPERIENCE
ELSEWHERE:
SOURCE OF
INFORMATION:
APPLICATION
WITHIN
MUNICIPALITIES:
PENALTIES:
None Required.
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Olney Library Renovation and Addition -- No. 710301
Category
Subcategory
Administering Agency
Planning Area
Culture and Recreation
Libraries
General Services
Olney
Thru
FY09
170
Total
Est.
6 Years
FY10
800
715
Date Last Modified
Required Adequate Public Facility
Relocation Impact
Status
January 09,2010
No
None.
Final Design Stage
Beyond
6 Years
EXPENDITURE SCHEDULE ($000)
Cost Element
Planning, Design, and Supervision
Land
Site Improvements and Utilities
Construction
Other
Total
Current Revenue: General
G.O. Bonds
Total
Maintenance
Energy
Net Impact
Total
1,685
I
a
FY11
333
FY12
382
FY13
FY14
FY15
FY16
I
I
I
I
I
1,355
8,209
1,660
12,909i
250
12,659
12909
a
a
a
a
170
1
a
a
a
a
800
a
1,355
8,209
1,660
11,939
250
11,689
11939
432
310
742
a
1,136
2,837
790
5,096
1251
4,971
5096
a
219
5,372
870
6,843 _
125
6,7181
6843\
48
34
82
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0
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0
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0
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FUNDING SCHEDULE ($000)
a
170
170
a
800
800
a
a
0
96
69
165
a
01
961
69
1651
a
a
0
96i
691
1651
a
a
0
96
69
165
a
a
0
OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT ($000)
I
a
a
0
DESCRIPTION
The project provides for a 5,000 square foot addition and full interior renovation of the existing interior space to the Olney Library, 3500 Olney-Laytonsville
Road, Olney, Maryland. The renovation and addition include HVAC replacement, updating all building systems according to applicable building and energy
codes, replacement of the building's storefront and windows, related pedestrian safety and walkway improvements, and exterior lighting and stormwater
management improvements.
ESTIMATED SCHEDULE
The project is currently in the design development phase. Design completion is scheduled for June 2010, followed by six months for bidding, with a
construction period of approximately eighteen months.
COST CHANGE
Cost increase is due to the addition of the book and media collection.
JUSTIFICATION
The Department of Public Libraries' Strategic Facilities Plan identified the Olney Library for renovation in 2002, 20 years after it opened to the public. The'
Olney community has grown considerably since the construction of this 16,825 square foot facility in 1981. The library circulates approximately 525,000 items
per year and has about 425,000 visits by the public each year. The library is in need of additional space to continue to provide a full range of public library
services, such as, reference information, an increasingly popular adult circulation, enrichment and children's programs, supplemental school curriculum
materials, a homework center, linkage to the internet, and other resources. The existing facility is in need of space re-arrangement, functional, mechanical,
safety, and building code modifications.
OTHER
Special Capital Projects Legislation will be proposed by the County Executive. Traffic studies may require signalization across MD 108. Signalization cost is
not included; if necessary, would be funded by the State.
FISCAL NOTE
Project schedule amended to reflect current implementation plan.
OTHER DISCLOSURES
- A pedestrian impact analysis has been completed for this project.
APPROPRIATION AND
EXPENDITURE DATA
COORDINATION
I
Date First Appropriation
FY07
($000)
First Cost Estimate
Current Sco e
FY11
12,909
Last FY's Cost Estimate
12659
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OFFICE OF THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE
Isiah Leggett
County Executive
ROCKVILLE, MARYLAND 20850
055744
MEMORANDUM
April 7, 2010
Nancy Floreen, President, County Council
Isiah Leggett, County Executive
TO:
FROM:
SUBJECT:
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Special Capital Improvements Project Legislation:
MCPS Food Distribution Facility Relocation
Glenmont FS 18 Replacement
Travilah Fire Station
3
rd
District Police Station
Equipment Maintenance and Operations Center (EMOC)
Olney Library Renovation and Addition
In accordance with Section 302 of the County Charter and Section 20-1 of the
Montgomery County Code, I am forwarding the attached Special Capital Improvements Project
Legislation Authorization and Legislative Request Report for the following projects:
• Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) Food Distribution Facility
Relocation (No. 361111)
• Glenmont FS #18 Replacement (No. 450900)
• Travilah Fire Station (No. 450504)
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• 3 District Police Station (No. 470302)
• Equipment Maintenance and Operations Center (EMOC) (No. 500933)
• Olney Library Renovation and Addition (No. 710301)
This request is necessary because the local cost of these projects exceed the FYll
Special Capital Improvements Project Legislation cost threshold of$12,863,000 as set by
Executive Order 236-09. The purpose of these projects is set forth below.
The MCPS Food Distribution Facility Relocation project is part of the Smart
Growth Initiative and provides for design and construction of a new facility on the Webb Tract
site on Snouffer School Road.
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April 7, 2010
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The Glenmont FS 18 Replacement project provides for an approximately 19,900
gross square foot fire station to replace the current fIre station located at the intersection of
Georgia Avenue and Randolph Road.
The Travilah Fire Station project, located at the northwest intersection of
Darnestown and Shady Grove Road, provides for the design and construction of a new fIre­
rescue station at the county-owned site.
The 3
rd
District Police Station project, located at the northeast intersection
quadrant ofNew Hampshire Avenue and U.S. Route 29, provides for the site selection, planning,
and design, and construction of a new 32,844-gross square foot (including auxiliary buildings)
3rd District Police Station to serve Silver Spring and vicinity.
The EMOC project is part of the Smart Growth Initiative and provides for land,
planning, design, and construction of a new EMOC to support a doubling oftransit ridership by
2020;
as
well
as
current transit, highway maintenance and fleet operations.
The Olney Library Renovation and Addition project provides for a 5,000 square
foot addition and full interior renovation of the existing interior space to the Olney Library.
I
recommend prompt passage ofthis legislation so
as
to advance these projects.
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